The overwhelming response to my recent post regarding the Nigersaurus
, "cow of the Mesozoic," made it painfully clear to me how ill-equipped the average human is to survive a dinosaur attack. There was talk of shooting Japanese gowns with BB-guns, a children's television show starring a lizard, and other nonsense that would be equally useless should a T-Rex drop in and f**k up your s**t.
And because I care so much about my readership, I've scoured the net
for the answer to the question mankind has been asking itself since the first caveman rubbed two stones together and was instantly devoured by a wandering Tyrannosaur:
How the hell do you kill one?!
Below, three scenarios you may not find so unlikelyâ¦when they happen to YOU.
Feasible T-Rex Death Scenario 1
Youâre minding your own business, tagging a herd of African elephants for an ecological conservation program, when out of nowhere a prize Tyrannosaurus Rex bursts from the herd and makes straight for you. All you have on you is a pocket knife, a mylar bag of tagging equipment, and a Barret M82A3 loaded up with depleted uranium or tungsten-cored rounds.
Your best bet: Cut a small strip of mylar from the bag with the knife, and use it as a makeshift blindfold on the Rex. Tyrannosaurus Rexâs follow their prey by sensing movement, and if they are unable to see you, they will wander off, bored.